Mental Health Resource Center
The Jed Foundation’s Mental Health Resource Center provides essential information about common emotional health issues and shows teens and young adults how they can support one another, overcome challenges, and make a successful transition to adulthood.
I Want to Take Care of My Mental Health
Our emotional well-being can range from feeling good to struggling because of a situation or a condition like depression. These resources can help you navigate life’s challenges, practice self-care and coping, and/or find the support of professionals.Get started
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Finding Your People in the LGBTQIA+ CommunityHaving friends and people you can count on gives you a sense of belonging and comfort. To thrive in all areas of life, you need to feel like you’re part of a community. That’s especially true if you are a part of—or think you may have a place in—the LGBTQIA+ community. Find your people
Taking Care of Your Mental Health When You Are Deciding About Coming OutWhen deciding if and when you want to come out to someone—or everyone!—the focus should always be on your mental and physical health. Get our tips
How to Take Care of Yourself When Your Identity Is Not SupportedWhether feel rejected because you don’t see acceptance of the LGBTQIA+ people around you or If you are out to your family and you are not physically safe because of your identity, know that there are people who want to help. Learn More
Why Do I Feel Weird or "Off"Learn more
The Painful Truth About BreakupsExplore
Signs your Friend Might Be StrugglingLearn more
Create a Plan to Take Care of Your Mental HealthGet started
Mental Health Warning Signs and When to Ask for HelpLearn more
How to Help a Friend Reach Out for SupportLearn more
What is Therapy and Will it Work?Learn more
7 Ways to Get Affordable Mental Health CareStart reading
How to Find a Culturally Competent TherapistLearn more
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